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Jimmy Chávez

Jimmy Chávez is an Oklahoma City native.  He received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration and a minor degree in Spanish from the University of Central Oklahoma and then later graduated with a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) from Oklahoma City University.  Jimmy lives in NW Oklahoma City and has worked for the federal government for over nine years on Tinker AFB as a systems analyst.  He serves as the Volunteer Coordinator at Cimarron Alliance and also serves in other minor capacities at the center as needed.  Jimmy has a passion for the LGBT equality movement on the national level as well as in Oklahoma City.  His ...

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Bob Rogers

Bob Rogers is a lifelong Oklahoman and a strong advocate within and for the LGBT community. Mr. Rogers' Weborhood, a specialty firm, creates, designs, and maintains a unique online presence for clients, especially small businesses and nonprofit organizations. His clients include Quest Geological, The Taylor Group, Kevin Miller, P.C., Hydrangea Floral,  Ocinaland, Other Options, Inc., AIDS Walk OKC, Stan Gassaway, PhD, OGRA, and many others. Bob is a proud member of the Cimarron Alliance Equality Center, the Diversity Business Association (DBA), and is honored to be of service to his community through his work for Cimarron Alliance. Cimarron ...

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Chris Moyer

Christopher began his service with Cimarron Alliance as a student-intern, and has since worked on various multimedia and social media projects for Cimarron Alliance. Chris was instrumental in the development of many of Cimarron Alliance’s current programs and the opening of the Cimarron Alliance Equality Center. Now residing in Dallas, Texas, Chris still has a hand in Cimarron Alliance’s many digital media efforts. Additionally, he serves as owner of DJ Chris Glitter.

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Scott J. Hamilton

Scott J. Hamilton is a native Oklahoman who spent most of his career in New York City. Prior to becoming the first executive director of Cimarron Alliance in December of 2009, Scott carved a wide path in social justice work in the nonprofit sector. He has lectured widely on the unique challenges facing LGBT elders and has advocated on behalf of persons living with HIV and AIDS in New York, Haiti, Kenya, Zambia, and South Africa, inner-city children, persons in recovery, and the broad lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. His depth of experience coupled with a strong passion for social justice has helped propel Cimarron Alliance into an ...

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